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Old 09-17-2019, 06:03 PM   #1
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Where is the circuit breaker

Hi All,

I have 2004 Thor Four Winds 5000. Recently, the Ground Outlet does not have electricity, so the outside outlet. They are the only two that do not have electricity.

I figured that its' circuit breaker may tripped off. The problem is that I cannot find the breaker.

Can you help.

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HRecently, the Ground Outlet does not have electricity, so the outside outlet. They are the only two that do not have electricity.


Ground Outlet...hummmm...
I'm not sure I understand your questionóbut as a guessólook for resetting the GFCI probably near or around a kitchen electrical outlet switch OR perhaps pushing the reset switch on on the back of your inverter.
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Yea, my firat guess the OP is talking about an outside outlet. If thats the case he has a GFCI tripped. Could be in the kitchen or bath room. Breakers for 120VAC are almost always mounted with or near the converter. The converter could be under the bed, near the entey door, under the refer. Heck just about anyplace. The OP needs to start looking for it. Actually you should have identified it the first week of ownership.
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On my coach the ground fault outlet in the bathroom is wired to the outside outlet that is next to the front door. I thought that the bathroom outlet was bad. But it was the outside outlet. The outside outlet is just a normal receptacle but is protected by the ground fault in the bathroom. I replaced the outside receptacle and all was good.
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